Why are you not buying the Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
The Galaxy Note 9 went official last week, and it was nice to see that the rumors and leaks had been correct. The Galaxy Note 9 brings a number of new features and upgrades. A big battery, lots of storage, a Bluetooth S Pen, stereo speakers, and AI camera features are some of the highlights; there’s even a headphone jack unlike much of the competition. The best part? Samsung hasn’t raised the price for the base model compared to the Galaxy Note 8, making it an excellent deal for everything the phone offers.
Galaxy Note 9: Why are you skipping Samsung’s latest flagship?
But while many of you have probably been waiting for the day the phone will go on sale (and most likely pre-ordered already), some of you probably aren’t impressed and don’t think you should waste money on Samsung’s latest flagship. And our question is: Why? We know it might be too early to ask this, especially with the phone’s reviews still a few days away, but why are you not buying the Galaxy Note 9? Is it because it’s not enough of an upgrade or because the price is too high? Is it because you already have a device like the Galaxy S8 or a flagship released in the last two years? Or is it a combination of many or all of those factors, or something else?
We would love to know your opinion, so go ahead and tell us your reasons for not wanting to buy the Galaxy Note 9 down in the comments.
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